How African economies can guard against future shocks
Innovative financial regulations, digital payment and ID infrastructure support and a focus on women are needed
In the year since Covid-19 hit, economies across Africa have experienced a dramatic slowdown. Even countries with limited initial incidence of the virus faced severe economic aftershocks. Significant disruption in agricultural markets and labour in sub-Saharan Africa has restricted income and led to rapid food insecurity for many...
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